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Geological science is the study of the Earth and other planets with an emphasis on the processes that have shaped them since the origin of the solar system. Students explore topics such as the co-evolution of life, oceans, atmosphere and the Earth's climate system, and the record of that evolution encoded in rocks, soil, ice and isotopes.
The BS program in earth and space exploration with a concentration in geological sciences educates students in the fundamentals of the geological sciences, providing a solid background in chemistry, mathematics and physics as well as transdisciplinary training in engineering, astronomy and planetary science.
Students gain a strong understanding of field methods as well as modern computing, remote sensing and instrumentation in order to effectively study the natural environment and Earth's resources. Graduates of the program can apply their knowledge for the benefit of Arizona, the nation and society in general.
Earth and Space Exploration (Geological Sciences) (BS)
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Some of the listed careers may require advanced degrees or additional certifications. This program also provides suitable preparation for graduate study.